Vince Neil Songs Ranked

Vincent Neil Wharton (born February 8, 1961)  is an American musician. He is best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, but he has also released material as a solo artist. Neil served time in prison after being convicted of vehicular manslaughter in the 1984 death of Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley. Neil was discovered while performing with his band Rock Candy and joined Mötley Crüe in 1981. The newly-formed band was seeking a lead vocalist and was impressed by Neil after seeing him perform live at drummer Tommy Lee’s suggestion. Lee had known Neil in high school and thought the vocalist’s image would fit well with the new band. With Mötley Crüe, Neil made his recording debut with the band’s 1981 debut album Too Fast for Love. The band’s next album, 1983’s Shout at the Devil, brought Mötley Crüe to international stardom, and a string of hit releases throughout the decade including Theatre of Pain, Girls, Girls, Girls, and the number 1 album Dr. Feelgood established the band as one of the most popular rock acts in the world. Producer Tom Werman, who produced much of Mötley Crüe’s material in the 1980s, has said that Neil is the least artistic and least involved in the creative process of all the band members. Here are all of Vince Neil’s songs ranked.

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10. Look in Her Eyes (Exposed, 1993)

“Things open with the amazing Look in Her Eyes, a very cool song with good vocals (Vince actually singing good, hard to believe I know) and a great solo from Steve Stevens.”

9. Who’ll Stop the Rain (Tattoos & Tequila, 2010)

“I would recommend this album and his first solo album to fans of Motley Crue. The cover versions of the songs on this album make it worth checking out!”

8. Can’t Change Me (Exposed, 1993)

“The ballad edge is also strong with Can’t Change Me, the Sweet cover as a choice is done to death but it works well, here too.”

7. Long Cool Woman (Tattoos & Tequila, 2010)

“This is a great cover album from Vince Neil, the lead singer from the great band Mötley Crüe, this is a tribute to the band who influence Vince Neil to sing, great album, great production and sound.”

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6. Can’t Have Your Cake (Exposed, 1993)

“The singer of Mötley Crüe present a solo album, in this opportunity Vince Neil has recorded an album of heavy metal with a sound similar to Motley Crue but that carries its own signature, Accompanied by excellent musicians and with a sound worthy of heavy metal and hard rock of the 1980s, if you are a fan of the work of Vince Neil in Motley or heavy metal in general insurance will enjoy this proposal.”

5. Fine, Fine Wine (Exposed, 1993)

“Fine Fine Wine was ranked # 5 on the billboard chart’s in spain and in london as high as number #23. Don’t think for a second that this cd will be the “Classic” 80’s Motley Crue sound. It is an advanced sound or a rebirth of the sound.”

4. Skylar’s Song (Carved in Stone, 1995)

“Vince Neil’s solo career has been less than great. Countless half-baked songs that miss the firepower of Motley Crue. But even the rough around the edges lead singer of Motley Crue is a human. And the tragedy he underwent is something NO PARENT should ever have to face! His daughter Skylar had a massive tumor growing in her stomach. He watched her go through operations and months of pain before she passed away. I CAN NOT even imagine his heartbreak he must have felt.”

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3. The Crawl (Carved in Stone, 1995)

“Vince’s follow up solo record has a much more modern production to it which was maybe a wise move for him, although the album gets off to a slow start and never really fully recovers despite some heavy rocking gems towards the end.”

2. Gettin’ Hard (Exposed, 1993)

“Great solo effort by the former Motley Crue frontman. To be honest, when he left / was forced to leave (whichever) Motley I didn’t think we’d ever hear from him again. But when this came it I was quite pleased and surprised. This sounds more like Crue than the Crue did at the time.”

1. Sister of Pain (Exposed, 1993)

“n my own opinion, Sister Of Pain, is all about sex and almost nothing else. If anybody wants a song about that, then this is a song you will definitely want to own from a man who talked about Girls, Girls, Girls from the group that started it all: Motley Crue. These are only my opinions.”